Power forward known for his time with the Kansas City Kings and the Lancaster Lightning. After he retired from professional basketball, he became a coach at Mount Vernon Presbyterian School in Atlanta.
Prior to his work as a professional basketball player, he attended the University of Missouri where he averaged 6.8 points in 1978. Upon graduation, he became a third round pick in the 1981 NBA Draft.
Because of his appearances in the show Married To Medicine, he has been featured in several articles including on Bravo TV, Radar Online, and Earn the Necklace.
He married doctor and reality television star Jacqueline Walters.
During his time with the Kansas City Kings, he played alongside Cliff Robinson.